Shankcast - A Tennis Banter Podcast
If you eat, sleep, and breathe tennis then the Shankcast is for you! Each and every week tennis professionals Ian Westermann, Megan Garlington, and Kevin Garlington sit down to discuss topics, questions, and frustrations common to all tennis players around the world. It doesn’t matter if you started last month, last year, or many decades ago: the humorous insights you’ll hear will give you more appreciation, understanding, and respect for the great game we all love. Our biggest goal is to provide entertaining, engaging tennis talk that not only is a pleasure to listen to but also helps maximize your tennis enjoyment and success in your matches!What topics will be covered on the Shankcast podcast? Nothing will be off limits and no stone will be left unturned! You’ll hear the hosts debate whether or not it’s kosher to try doubles opponents, if the unhand serve (ala Nick Kyrgios) is a smart play or disrespectful, how well they think they would fare against Serena Williams, the biggest mistakes tennis parents make, and much, much more! No matter what tennis topic is being discussed Ian, Megan and Kevin will share their real, candid, unfiltered thoughts so you can benefit from their many decades of experience as players, coaches, and mentors around the court. Subscribing to the Shankcast is hands down the best way to automatically get each episode as its published, each and every week! You can also check out the official Shankcast website at www.shankcast.com or subscribe on Spotify, Podbean, Stitcher, the iPhone Podcasts app, the Google Play app on your Android phone, or just about anywhere else that podcasts are found! If you’ve listened to the Shankcast and you enjoy it then please rate and review the show! Thank you so much for your support of what we’re doing and for tuning in each and every week. Also, if you’re looking for more detailed, in depth instructional materials make sure to subscribe to the Essential Tennis Podcast which Ian Westermann has hosted for over 10 years, and head over to www.essentialtennis.com where you can find hundreds of free video, audio, and written lessons designed to help you play your best.